Ibrahim Fakhri

Ibrahim Fakhri is a Syrian artist and curator primarily concerned with the civil activism in Syria and the Middle East, who has been based in the UK since 2004. He has exhibited the graffiti of the Syrian Revolution in venues in Europe and the UK  including the Disobedient Objects Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum and also in the Talking Peace festival. His curated exhibitions include the Parallel Republic exhibition in Fuse Gallery, Bradford and Syria Speaks in RichMix, London.

Ibrahim’s latest work is an exhibition with the British Red Cross that uses milk bottles to represent each day of the Syria crisis.

“The world has forgotten”: An artist’s take on the Syria crisis from British Red Cross on Vimeo.

Photo Credit Peter Kelleher - from an exhbition curated by Ibrahim Fakhri at the V&A
“Ibrahim Fakhri exhibition at the V&A” photo by Peter Kelleher
Ibrahim Fahkri Art
“Our children: Ayten çiftçi” by Ibrahim Fakhri original stencil by Ghalia Sarakbi